Forex Verified is not automatically notified when a new comment is posted. If you ask a question, we may never see it. We will work on fixing this when we are able. Please don't call a product a "scam" just because you don't like the trading method it uses or because it went through a period of poor results. Legitimate products are available in large variety of trading styles and any of them can and will experience periods with poor results. The word "scam" should be used when a vendor intentionally misleads prospects with false information in order to make the sale.
This may include fake trading results or broken promises. We are unable to delete or modify comments that are posted. If you make a mistake, please delete your comment and re-post it. Million Dollar Pips is a fast-action scalper that aims for pips per trade. It executes trades very quickly when the opportunity arises. This EA is extremely sensitive to price action.
No live accounts not even at FinFx are able to achieve results close to this. The only way to know if it will work on your account is to buy it and try it at a low risk level. If it works, increase the risk level. Add to My Portfolio Click to View. HotForex stopped supporting USA clients so we had to close the live test account.
The remaining demo test reflects unrealistic results that are impossible to achieve on a live account. We were not interested in starting another live account so we are retiring this test.
Million Dollar Pips Million Dollar Pips running on a live HotForex account, using all default settings, and trading 0. HotForex stopped supporting USA clients so we had to close the account. FXDD's execution is too slow for this strategy. No point in testing there further. Million Dollar Pips running on HotForex, using all default settings, and a risk setting of 1. Due to the drop in performance experienced in October and November, we decided to retire most of the MDP tests.
Live Test, on HotForex: Million Dollar Pips running on a live HotForex account, using all default settings, and a risk setting of 5.More...